At 41 years old, it's fair to say Jason Terry is at the end of his career. And what a career it was.
Over 19 seasons in the NBA, Terry has averaged 13.4 points per game and has '08/'09 Sixth Man of The Year honors under his belt. Of course, let's not forget the 2011 Championship he won with Dallas.
Now, he's pretty much retired... that is, unless he gets a call from one of three NBA teams.
According to Tim MacMahon, Terry isn't going to answer the phone for just anyone.
Jason Terry is retired unless he gets a call from the Lakers, Warriors or Mavericks. "Then I'll answer the phone," he said on the Mavs' broadcast of Saturday's win over the Rockets.
So, he either wants to play with LeBron James, wants to win another Championship with the Warriors, or wants to give it one last run in Dallas, a place he called home for much of his storied career.
Granted, the chances of any of these teams striking a deal with the veteran are monumentally low, but t does say a lot that those are the only teams he'd consider joining. Looks like he's done playing for lottery teams in the Eastern Conference.